Author Archives: Travitt Hamilton

Celebrating Education on #GivingTuesday

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[one_half padding=”0 10px 0 10px”][/one_half] [one_half_last padding=”0 10px 0 10px”]As Reading Village comes to a close and we look back over the last 12 years, we see how your generosity has made it possible for us to support reading and educational activities in five partner communities, to build leadership skills and education for more than   …Continue Reading

Matiox! ¡Gracias! Thank You!

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Today, Reading Village Celebrates You! [one_half padding=”0 10px 0 10px”][/one_half] [one_half_last padding=”0 10px 0 10px”]Over the last 12 years, Reading Village programs have had a profound impact on the Mayan children and teens in our 5 partner communities. This impact would not have been possible without your hard work and generosity. Because of you, teens   …Continue Reading

Important Update on the Status of Reading Village

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From the Desk of Linda Smith, Founder of Reading Village Our 12-year adventure at Reading Village has been full of pride, joy, accomplishment, and challenges overcome. Today we announce the first steps in the next leg of our journey. Our Leaders and Readers Program has established a strong record of success, reaching over 12,000 children   …Continue Reading

Building a Link – Libraries & Graduation

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The library in Concepción is a very special place for Reading Village. [one_half padding=”0 10px 0 10px”][/one_half] [one_half_last padding=”0 10px 0 10px”]Some of the most inspiring moments and events we’ve experienced over these last dozen years or so in Guatemala have involved seeing our Leaders and Readers Program participants maturing into community leaders and true   …Continue Reading

Meet Angelica, Our Newest Intern

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[one_half padding=”0 5px 0 5px”][/one_half] [one_half_last padding=”0 5px 0 5px”]Even before Reading Village became a part of her story, our newest intern Angelica valued her education and independence. At the age of just 12, Angelica faced a choice that would permanently alter the course of her young life. She could either yield to her mother’s   …Continue Reading